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You might be wondering why I bothered to write “gluten free” in the title of this recipe. You’d just assume that potato latkes don’t have gluten in them, right? After all, potatoes don’t have gluten. But this brings us to an insidious part of food production: wheat flour is in things you would never expect […]

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Tea Sandwiches

Last Friday my daughter, Evelyn, graduated from Kindergarten.  To celebrate we had a tea party with a sliver tea pot, tea sandwiches, and red velvet cake. It was great and choosing which tea sandwiches to make was a lot of fun. From what I’ve gleaned there are some pretty traditional tea sandwiches like cucumber or […]

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A few weeks ago my friend Susan posted on her blog a broccoli quiche. It looked good. Good enough that Evelyn took one look at it and said, “Can you make that?” You know me by now, right? See if you can guess what happened.

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One of my favorite food blogs is called Deliciously Organic. The author, Carrie Vitt, is a master in the kitchen. She manages to create dishes with outstanding flavor from simple and wholesome ingredients. Whether or not you choose to use all organic ingredients, some organic and some traditional ingredients, or nothing at all organic her […]

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Cookies: Egg Yolk

  Boys and girls we need to have a talk about something important… we need to talk about chametz. Every year on Passover I again struggle with what to serve. As I’ve mentioned, I’m not Jewish and Adam is as secular as they come. We don’t sweep the house clear of chametz and I think […]

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Adam and I have argued over the years about the eternal question, “what is kugel”? My first exposure to kugel was a savory dish with broccoli and potato. He insisted that when people think of kugel they imagine sweet egg noodles and raisins. After doing some research we decided in the end to compromise and […]

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Cookies: Coconut Macaroons

The very first Passover Seder I ever went to was a somewhat hastily thrown together potluck hosted my my friend Jessica in college. I remember that we were all sitting together in a large circle on the floor of one of the houses one of our friends was living in off campus that semester. I […]

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Matzo Brei

So Passover begins in less than a week and so begins “Passover Week” here on the blog! We’ll go through the different foods you’ll find on our Seder table this year and throw in some other fun, “Passover-friendly” foods. I’m not Jewish and Adam is as secular as they come in his approach to his […]

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Sweet Apple Quiche

I’m going to warn you that this recipe is a little but weird. Andy and I liked it a lot, but Adam and Evelyn didn’t. So, perhaps it’s not really blog worthy, but as I said, I enjoyed it.

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So, you have the basil pesto recipe from yesterday and now you need something to do with it… of course you could toss it into some pasta or risotto but you want to do something special with it? Make this salad. It’s a meal in itself that makes me feel good about my attempts to […]

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